After seven decades in business, the iconic Egg Platter Diner closed its doors on Wednesday to make way for a $5 million mixed use development.
The owner of Bangla Town Supermarket, which was one of 15 citied by the state for allegedly failing to disclose preparation and handling of food sold or served as halal, meat prepared in accordance with Islamic law, says his business was issued a violation notice as a result of a “mistake.”
The state cited 15 businesses, including 5 in Paterson, for allegedly failing to disclose preparation and handling of food sold or served as halal, meat prepared in accordance with Islamic law, in the run-up to the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, announced New Jersey attorney general Christopher Porrino.
Michael Kostack, owner of car air freshener maker Olde Granddad Industries, has been marketing products through catalogs. He had employees manually handling data entry for each order until his firm connected with the Passaic County Community College to secure training through the Ready to Work New Jersey grant program.
The Paterson Parking Authority is considering restoring the Paterson trolley service in the South Paterson area as part of its proposed garage project by St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.
The city’s newest pharmacy touted as the first by the growing local Bangladeshi-American community opened on Union Avenue on Friday afternoon.
The iconic banquet hall The Brownstone on West Broadway owes $381,179 in property taxes to the city, according to municipal records. The revelation on Tuesday night left some council members in disbelief.